Onepiece XP Post-SP3 AIO Update Pack FINAL

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Post by molecule » Sat Aug 08, 2015 8:27 pm

no ... don't seem to recall a conversation about that one. I use it only for answers to the first reboot (owner, language, admin password, etc.) I don't know if winnt.sif can do unattended through the final reboot, where you get the welcome splash, then choose users, then automatic update (yes or no) etc.

Also, I'd like to find a simple way to have the installer turn off indexing services before drives are loaded. After a fresh install, when I turn off indexing, a whole bunch of files need to have some attribute set, and some of them refuse. Those are the two things I'd like to learn more about -- full unattended to standard boot screen, and turn off indexing from the very beginning.
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Post by Atari800xl » Sun Aug 09, 2015 12:33 am

Again, I don't have a lot of time right now, but check out earlier discussion about winnt.sif, maybe you're interested in turning certain things on or off at install time. This way you can leave the iso as "standard" as possible, while still having control over what's installed. Just search for "winnt.sif" in this thread, or go to the post dated "Tue Jul 07, 2015 4:34 am"

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Post by molecule » Sun Aug 09, 2015 9:07 am

@Atari -- You are right, winnt.sif [components] was discussed! Deep subject and I scanned it too fast.

I'll be away from my 'puter for a few days (going to mountains), but then I'll be back.

I see that WDSearch Desktop Search can be turned off (removing the search box from the taskbar), but is there a way to turn off Indexing Service? before setup builds "indexes" for the new system files on new C-drive and on all-? files on all visible HDDs? Under Explorer > right-click drive (C, D (where my program installer files are), ...) > Properties > General tab, remove [v] from Allow Indexing ... Windows has to reset attributes for a whole bunch of files. This suggests that EACH file has a tag for "index-me" or "don't index-me." Scary! Apparently setup turns indexing service on, and new files are creatted witih "index-me" tag turned on. If possible I'd like to turn indexing service off during setup (or maybe substitute a stub for the file that does the indexing ...)

did I read you right ... you built your own Final AIO post-SP3 to End of Service Update Pack, using DXUPAC? Will DXUPAC gobble all those files? I see OnePiece Mega.nz archive has most of the KBs that are listed in his changelog ... that would mean ... hmmm ... we can build our own final AIO, without Flash and without the MS malicious software thingie.

a few days ... thanks for your help ... Also I see that back in 2010 OnePiece switched from QFE to QDR branches for .NET patches
quote -- 4.0.1-100815: switched .Net updates from QFE to GDR branch to improve WU/MU compatibility
that may affect the upcomingi summary post on building XP-ready patches for .NET Post-EOS (using POSReady and Server 2003 patches) ... more later ... sorry a need a few days
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Post by Atari800xl » Tue Aug 11, 2015 3:02 pm

Sorry Molecule, didn't read your last post yet.
I was just checking new POS updates, found kb3073921, kb3076895, kb3078071 and kb3078601.
Just for fun, I extracted them ("/ extract"), and from the files inside, they seem to supersede:

kb3073921: none? (at least none of the POS updates?) (sprv0413.dll)
kb3076895: supersedes kb2939567? (msxml3.dll, msxml6.dll) maybe also kb3046482? (msxml3.dll)
kb3078071: supersedes kb3065822? (ie8 files)
kb3078601: supersedes kb3065979? (gdiplus.dll)

I'm not a pro on this stuff, but this time I just wanted to take a look inside the files, but I'll leave it to 5eraph to come up with the difinitive list of new updates and superseded updates. I'm just trying to learn...

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Post by skrell » Tue Aug 11, 2015 9:17 pm

Ok guys time for some help. I'm following ALL of Atari's instructions for making the POS addon and then using RVMi to integrate it AND the OnePiece_WinXP_Post-SP3_UpdatePack_ENU that i made and i'm finding that my ntkrnlmp.ex_ located in my I386 folder is getting corrupted and ends up being only 1kb in size. If i don't integrate the POS addon and ONLY do the Post-SP3 Updatepack it works fine. Am i not supposed to do both at the same time or am i missing something?

PS: If anyone can spend a minute checking the addon i made and am using here it is: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/101 ... don_ENU.7z
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Post by 5eraph » Wed Aug 12, 2015 9:33 pm

You're on the right track, Atari800xl. :)

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Post by Atari800xl » Thu Aug 13, 2015 12:29 am

Thanks 5eraph!! I'll try creating and testing the new POS addon later today.
First I'll try to figure out why my w7 doesn't update anymore (clean installs stuck on "searching for updates" on different PC's, has worked for years and suddenly stops working...)
But that's another story...

THANKS!!! again for your changelog!!!

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Post by molecule » Thu Aug 13, 2015 2:27 pm

regarding

KB3073921 (replaces KB2508429).
KB3076895 (replaces KB2939576 and KB3046482).
KB3078071 (replaces KB3065822 and KB3074886).
KB3078601 (replaces KB3065979 and KB3070102 and KB3079904).

if I'm using XP Pro SP3 (x86), which OS-version for the above should I download? It seems Server 2003 is not listed anymore. It was the old standby. Now, our choices are either Vista SP2 (x86), Server 2008 SP2 (x86), or Windows 7. Each different OS gets the same KB number, but the links for each OS-KB seem to point to different download urls.

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Post by Atari800xl » Thu Aug 13, 2015 3:41 pm

Molecule, I think you're confusing things here?
Go to:
https://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/Home.aspx
search for "xp embedded"
then sort by "latest update" (descending).

Or am I missing something?

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Post by molecule » Thu Aug 13, 2015 4:03 pm

Yes, you are right ... I had clicked on the KB and then the MS bulletins, expecting to see XP Embedded as one of the OSs listed for patches. I had forgotten POSReady patches are listed via the catalog update. Thanks for reminding!!
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Post by molecule » Thu Aug 13, 2015 7:47 pm

Seraph’s list XPSP3_QFE_UpdatePack for Windows XP Post-SP3 20150714 includes KB2962872 - MS14-037 - IE6 - Browse WMPlayer.

In the title for MS14-037, MS gives KB2975687. In the table for updates however MS gives KB2962872 for IE 6 to 11 with various OSs but not XP Embedded.

A search on either KB2962872 or KB2975687 at https://catalog.update.microsoft.com/v7/site/Home.aspx (where XP Embedded DL links are) produces no results. (searching one at a time...)

Is there a way to download KB2962872 for XP Embedded, with WMP11 and IE8 for OnePiece AIO users, that we can feed into DXUPAC to build an Addon for XP pro sp3 x86?

On MS14-037, a link is given for a KB2962872 for IE 8 with Server 2003sp2. Can we use that with edits to update.exe, update_SP3QFE.inf and branches.inf (as for .NET 1.1 patches)?

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included in my XP list for integrations with OnePiece AIOv106 pack

KB3067903 - for WMP11
KB3062741 - was removed from seraph’s list because it’s now included in the base QFE update pack. It gets included here because it’s not included in OnePiece’s AIO update pack.

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KB3078071 replaces KB3065822. But KB3065822 included two exes -- KB3065822 and KB3074886. Does anyone know if KB3074886 was replaced by KB3078071 as well?

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Post by skrell » Thu Aug 13, 2015 8:37 pm

Atari800xl wrote:Thanks 5eraph!! I'll try creating and testing the new POS addon later today.
First I'll try to figure out why my w7 doesn't update anymore (clean installs stuck on "searching for updates" on different PC's, has worked for years and suddenly stops working...)
But that's another story...

THANKS!!! again for your changelog!!!
If you get this working PLEASE post your complete list of POS kb's.

Also: "If i don't integrate the POS addon and ONLY do the Post-SP3 Updatepack using RVMi it works fine. Am i not supposed to do both at the same time or am i missing something?"

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Post by Atari800xl » Thu Aug 13, 2015 11:53 pm

skrell, I don't have access to my home sytems right now, but let's first concentrate on your "integration" problem.
YES, you're supposed to integrate Final XP pack and POS Addon in one go:
Start RyanVMi, select XPSP3 source, select destination folder, select downloaded OnePiece Final XP pack, select self-made POS Addon.
I think your Addon might still have some problems/ errors. Did you follow the steps correctly? Please check all steps one more time. Did you edit and rename entries.ini correctly? This is a very important step! Open your 7z file again, check the correct folder structure, etc. Don't hesitate to ask again, I'll be home again later to help you out.
Yes, I created the august POS Addon successfully, I'm typing this from "XP 20150811". Last night, Windows 7 update also started working again (servers were slow as never before), so all my setup files (iso for XP, install.wim for the rest) are updated again: xp, w7,w8.1, w10). They're all on my Win8PESE usb, ready for super fast and unattended clean installs.

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Post by Atari800xl » Fri Aug 14, 2015 4:53 am

This is my latest list of POS updates:
kb2926765
kb2957509
kb2961072
kb2989935
kb2991963
kb2993254
kb2998579
kb3004361
kb3011780
kb3019215
kb3020338
kb3020393
kb3021674
kb3023562
kb3033395
kb3033889
kb3033890
kb3039066
kb3049874
kb3055973
kb3067903
kb3069392
kb3072630
kb3072633
kb3073921
kb3076895
kb3078071
kb3078601

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Post by molecule » Fri Aug 14, 2015 10:30 am

@atari800xl

We agree on the list.

Seraph apparently needs to include KB3050945 and KB3068368 for the QFE IE6 systems, but higher versions for jscript and vbscript are included in the cummulative updates for IE8. I as well prefer KB3049874 for time zone changes, even if slightly out of date for some areas, since it comes as POSReady. It is probably GDR branch and Seraph uses QFE branch hotfix KB3062741 (which doesn't show up on the MS update catalog but comes POSReady).

I'm still a bit curous about KB2962872 -- which I had previously thought was specifric to IE-6. For OnePiece AIO with IE-8, KB2962872 gives a good list of files for Server2003 x86. {They are (Ie4uinit.exe, Iedvtool.dll, Ieframe.dll, Iepeers.dll, Ieproxy.dll, Iertutil.dll, Inetcpl.cpl, Jsdbgui.dll, Jsproxy.dll, Licmgr10.dll, Msfeeds.dll, Msfeedsbs.dll, Mshtml.dll, Mshtmled.dll, Mstime.dll, Occache.dll, Url.dll, Urlmon.dll, Vgx.dll, Wininet.dll, Xpshims.dll -- all v8.0.6001.23603) ; (Spuninst.exe v6.3.4.1, Corpol.dll v2008.0.0.23603, Html.iec v2018.0.0.23603, Iedkcs32.dll v18.0.6001.23603)}.

edit == On my system, including POS Ready and .NETs thru July, Spuninst.exe is v6.3.15.0 and is found only in c:\WINDOWS\system32\PreInstall\WinSE\wxp_x86_0409_v1\ as a .exe.ref file. The following files are included in the KB but not found on my system (Iedvtool.dll, Ieproxy.dll, Jsdbgui.dll, Xpshims.dll). The following 4 files are found and have higher version numbers (Corpol.dll, Html.iec, Ie4uinit.exe, Iedkcs32.dll all with v8.0.6001.23707 or similar) The rest of the files are found, but they have a lower version number = 8.0.6001.23415. similar). Based on the above, it looks like parts of KB2962872 are not included in or superceded by subsequent patches?? ==

For Server2003, KB2962872 comes as a SP2QFE patch. That may mean it will be possible to use heinoganda's procedure from MSFN (summarized below) to switch the patch from Server2003 back to XP -- if we need KB2962872 for OnePiece AIO systems. It is post-EOS, and Seraph keeps it on his list, along with the regular IE-6 cumulative patch, so it might still apply.

Below is my answer to your request from about a week ago. I had a great time in the mountains. I think I like cows, pigs and goats better than computers. Their brains haven't been befuddled by Microsoft. haha
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Post by molecule » Fri Aug 14, 2015 10:45 am

To convert a patch for .NET 1.1, from a Server2003 patch to an XP patch, follow heinoganda’s instructions here (as first explained, giving examples of edits to German edition for branches.inf and update_SP2QFE.inf)

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/171814- ... try1103800

and here (as clarified, giving instructions for edits to English version of branches.inf and update_SP2QFE.inf)

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/171814- ... try1103915

the post here gives instruction on using WinRAR to build the sfx, which is not needed in my case.

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/171814- ... try1103981

I tried to summarize his instructions and couldn’t improve on them. The thread is complex, but the first two are the only two instructions you will need. I ended up not needing the sfx information.

I haven’t tried integrating these patches into an Addon Pack using DXUPAC procedures. I run them in by batch after logon. In my batch (below) I call \update\update.exe (hex edited as per heinoganda for XP). The hex-modified \update\update.exe accepts both /passive and /nobackup switches. The batch installs them in sequence based on date issued.

If I were to try integrating them with DXUPAC, I would study a tiny modification to heinoganda’s method. As downloaded, a patch for Server2003 contains two exactly equal copies of update.exe. One in root folder, and one in \update folder. Heinoganda hex-modifies only the update.exe found in the \update folder. He doesn't say whether the one in the root folder is used or if it matters. The question would be -- would DXUPAC need to find the same hex-modified versions at both locations? The patches would need to be recompiled into an exe package with an /x switch so that DXUPAC could extract them and build an update package, which would then modified to create an addon package -- for .NET 1.1. If successful, the effort would only apply to .NET 1.1. I don’t know if the patches for .NET 2,3,4 work with DXUPAC.

The post-EOS patches for .NET 1.1 require installation of a prior patch, KB2833941 (MS13-052). This patch is not included in the changelog for OnePiece AIOv106. It is native XP as downloaded from MS, and accepts the /passive switch (but it chokes on the /nobackup switch -- but it doesn’t seem to create uninstall rollback files).

rem: ndp11sp1
START /WAIT KBs_XP\NDP1.1sp1-KB2833941-X86.exe /passive
START /WAIT KBs_XP\NDP11SP1-XP-x86-KB2972207\update\update.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT KBs_XP\NDP11SP1-XP-x86-KB2978114\update\update.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT KBs_XP\NDP11SP1-XP-x86-KB3023211\update\update.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT KBs_XP\NDP11SP1-XP-x86-KB3037572\update\update.exe /passive /nobackup

the patches for .NET 2.0sp2, for .NET 3.0sp2, and .NET4.0 as downloaded seem to install on XP without modification, and they accept the /passive and /nobackup switches. Sorted by date issued and renamed.

rem: ndp20sp2
START /WAIT NDP20SP2-KB2894843-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP20SP2-KB2972214-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP20SP2-KB2972105-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP20SP2-KB2979574-v2-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP20SP2-KB2978124-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP20SP2-KB3037577-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP20SP2-KB3023220-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP20SP2-KB3035488-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
REM: ndp30sp2
START /WAIT NDP30SP2-KB2973115-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP30SP2-KB3048073-v2-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
REM: ndp35 -- no patches
REM: ndp40
rem: START /WAIT NDP40-KB2931365-x86.exe /passive /nobackup replaced by KB2978125
START /WAIT NDP40-KB2894842-v2-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP40-KB2972215-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP40-KB2972106-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP40-KB2979575-v2-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP40-KB2978125-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP40-KB3037578-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP40-KB3048074-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP40-KB3023221-x86.exe /passive /nobackup
START /WAIT NDP40-KB3032662-x86.exe /passive /nobackup

a new patch (2015-0811) not yet confirmed to install by batch are
START /WAIT NDP40-KB3072309-x86.exe /passive /nobackup

So far, they install in a about 15 minutes. It takes about twice as long if you don't use the /nobackup switch.
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Post by skrell » Fri Aug 14, 2015 8:19 pm

Atari800xl wrote:skrell, I don't have access to my....
To be clear i'm not using the downloaded OnePiece Final XP pack i am instead using the one i made for myself with your help. I believe at the time you had said that it's possible to build a more up to date version than the one linked in the OP using the resources shared by Onepiece in his box account.

I did double check the steps and i think i did it right. Perhaps you could take a quick look at the 7z i shared in a thread above?

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Post by Atari800xl » Fri Aug 14, 2015 11:40 pm

Molecule, thank you for taking the time to explain the Net stuff. Sorry to have taken up so much of your time, looks like the Net updates are not as easy to truely integrrate as the POS ones are. I'm not even sure how much of the Net stuff I'm using in XP, also 15 minutes seems like a long time to install.
But it's niice to have your instructions handy if anyone even needs them! Thank you again!!

Skrell, I have downloaded your Addon (that's the one you were talking about, right?). It's looking fine, so I don't know why your tests don't work. So it could be your self-made Final Pack might be the issue? I'm going to have to read my notes on that one to see if/ where other problems might arise. Sorry to hear it's not working for you, I guess that must be frustrating.

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Post by molecule » Sat Aug 15, 2015 2:19 am

@Atari800xl, As I read it, it might be that Skrell is correctly modifying DXUPAC output to build an Addon pack, including renaming it so that "Addon" is somewhere in the name, when in this case, if he wants to not use OnePiece AIO Update pack, he needs to preserve DXUPAC output as a standard Update pack.

It's only the .NET 1.1s that need all the cooking. The remaining .NETs feed right in by batch. I'm sure there's a way to turn them into addons, and I'd love to learn how. Same goes for learning how to build addons as in "learning how to fish" with addons for IE-8 and WMP11.

@Skrell, I'd like to follow along with what you're trying to do, if you're trying to rebuild OnePiece's AIO Update Pack. He lists the original KBs that he uses (feeds to DXUPAC to create an update pack) in his changelog, and he posts them in his archives. I'd like to rebuild it without Microsoft Malicious Removal Tool and without Flash. Might even leave out the .NET stuff as well, but leave in IE-8, WMP11, Silverlight etc. Then build Addons for MRT, Flash, .NETs, etc. Heck, might even treat IE-8 and WMP11 as addons as well.

Can you post a list of the KBs that you are feeding into DXUPAC, so that we can try to build your [... addon?, or update?] pack? I'm not sure what the difference is between an Update Pack and an Addon, but I'm pretty sure it's much more than just which box the file goes into in RyanVMI (or nLite). Internally they are structurally different, and they are somehow integrated by a different method. Also, if you have time, just for fun, rather than modify the output of DXUPAC for your set of file, so as to create an Addon pack, with "addon" in its name, try feeding the output straight from DXUPAC (as Update Pack) directly into RyanVMI using the Update Pack box. It will require that "update" be somewhere in the file name (much as the Addon box requires that "addon" be in the file name). Just try a simple one-step integration, using XP SP3 source and only the starndard Update Pack you created. See if that creates a system. If it does then save that source and try integrated the addon you made withi the POSReady files.
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Post by Atari800xl » Sat Aug 15, 2015 2:46 am

OK, I will look into this again. I'll look up my notes from when I created my own "Final" XP pack.

I was under the impression that Skrell created a self-made a "Final" Updatepack as well, and a separate "POS Addon", then integrated them both in one go using Ryan integrator.

The last official "OnePiece Final XP Updatepack" I have is 1.06 - 20141216. Then in april, OnePiece uploaded new Net packs (they're still in his online Box folder). These are:
OnePiece_Microsoft.NET_Framework_v1.1.4322.2503_True_AddOn.cab
OnePiece_Microsoft.NET_Framework_v3.5.30729.4056.7_True_AddOn.cab
OnePiece_Microsoft.NET_Framework_v4.0.30319.1031_True_AddOn.cab

So in april, I created my own Final XP pack from all the stuff in the Box folder. No special tricks, just used dxupac to create the UpdatePack.

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Post by molecule » Sat Aug 15, 2015 12:54 pm

... having "fun" with lists for building a new AIO base update pack

just a thought, but this might not be so easy as I thought it would be ...

The following (68) KBs are included in OnePiece's "hotfix" list, but not included in OnePiece's Mega Archive of (261) ENU patch files. The Dropbox archive by Nonno Fabio mirrors the Mega archive by OnePiece.
KB282784 OnePiece QFEcheck v6.2.29.0
KB817688 OnePiece "Error on a Request to Write Data to Media" error message when you use Ntbackup.exe
KB887606 OnePiece The Microsoft XML Parser (MSXML) uses cached credentials incorrectly
KB897571 OnePiece A DCOM static TCP endpoint is ignored when you configure the endpoint for WMI on a Windows Server 2003-based computer
KB915800 OnePiece A hotfix is available for Windows Desktop Search document IFilters in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003
KB927436 OnePiece "DRIVER_VERIFIER_IOMANAGER_VIOLATION (c9)"
KB934401 OnePiece When you run the "Ipconfig /displaydns" command in Windows Server 2003, the results are incomplete
KB940157 OnePiece Windows Search 4.0
KB940159 OnePiece The Last Name field is blank in the Mail Merge Recipients dialog box when you use the Mail Merge feature on a computer that has a non-English version of 2007 Microsoft Office system installed
KB945060 OnePiece There may be inconsistencies in the Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP) and Exchangeable Image File (EXIF) values for an image file in Windows Vista and in Windows XP
KB945184 OnePiece The Rasdial API may free the same memory two times and the dial-up application stops responding on a multiprocessor computer that is running Windows Vista
KB948277 OnePiece A blank desktop may appear when you log on to a Windows XP-based computer
KB948698 OnePiece You cannot use the Reg.exe utility to access 64-bit registry keys on a 64-bit computer from a computer that is running a 32-bit version of Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows Server 2008, or Windows Vista
KB948877 OnePiece After you copy multiple files from a computer that is running Windows XP to a PCMCIA SRAM card, one or more files on the card are corrupted
KB950305 OnePiece N/A
KB950820 OnePiece The system stops responding during the logoff, shutdown, or restart process on a computer that is running Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP and that has the Japanese IME installed
KB950982 OnePiece A list of ODBC system DSNs is truncated when the total number of characters that are used in all the DSN names is more than 7,500 on a computer that is running Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 SP2
KB951159 OnePiece N/A
KB951163 OnePiece When you try to use the MSTSC command from Terminal Services Client 6.0 to connect to the local Windows XP-based computer, a black screen may appear for several minutes
KB951347 OnePiece A memory leak occurs when you use the IFaxIncomingMessageIterator interface to query incoming fax messages on a fax server that is running Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP
KB951822 OnePiece You receive an error message, the print operation fails, or partial pages are printed when you try to print to a Citizen printer or to an Alps printer in Windows XP Service Pack 3
KB952013 OnePiece Windows Feature Pack for Storage 1.0 - ICCD Smart Card Driver
KB952117 OnePiece When you try to put a Windows XP-based computer into hibernation or into standby, the computer stops responding
KB952595 OnePiece N/A
KB953930 OnePiece The Fc.exe command does not work correctly on a Windows XP-based computer when the two files that you are comparing have the TAB or SPACE character around the 128th byte in a string of characters
KB954434 OnePiece A multiprocessor computer that is running a Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Vista stops responding on a black screen after you resume the computer from hibernation
KB956588 OnePiece The job-level PrintTicket is associated with the document-level PrintTicket and with the page-level PrintTicket when you print a document to an XPS driver on a Windows XP-based computer
KB957218 OnePiece A user name that contains Unicode characters is not handled correctly in Windows XP Service Pack 3 during the EAP authentication
KB957495 OnePiece The action controls in Sound Recorder are missing or only partly visible if you set the font size to Large or to Extra Large in a non-English version of Windows XP
KB957502 OnePiece "MMC could not create the snap-in. The snap-in might not have been installed correctly."
KB958071 OnePiece You receive error code 1206 when you run an application that uses the WLanSetProfile function on a Windows XP Service Pack 3-based computer
KB958910 OnePiece When you send a print job to an Internet Printer Protocol (IPP) print server from a Windows-based computer, the print job fails and never restarts
KB959682 OnePiece A Message Queuing 3.0 message is rejected on the receiver when you send the message by using an external certificate from a Windows XP Service Pack 3-based computer
KB959765 OnePiece Remote NDIS (RNDIS) devices may not work correctly after you perform a surprise removal on a Windows XP-based computer and then attach the RNDIS device to the computer again
KB959873 OnePiece You cannot send Start TLS requests from a computer that is running Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP or Windows Vista to a server that is running OpenLDAP Software
KB960519 OnePiece Windows Vista does not use all the bandwidth of a PPPoE connection when you download a file from an FTP server
KB960655 OnePiece You encounter several problems on a Windows XP SP3-based computer when the EAP-TLS machine authentication fails during system startup
KB960921 OnePiece If you start a Windows XP-based portable computer while it is running on battery power, the brightness of the LCD screen is not decreased as expected
KB960970 OnePiece An IEEE 1394 network adapter that is installed on a Windows XP-based computer is not listed in Device Manager
KB961067 OnePiece When you search some specific terms in the German version of Windows XP, the search results are incorrect
KB961853 OnePiece Error message when you try to access a network share in a private network: "There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request"
KB963038 OnePiece Error message when you establish a remote desktop connection to a remote computer that is running Windows XP: "STOP: 0x1000008E"
KB963093 OnePiece Vulnerability in Windows Search could allow information disclosure
KB965220 OnePiece N/A
KB967705 OnePiece When you try to print some data in the PDF format in Internet Explorer on a Windows XP-based computer, the main menu of Internet Explorer disappears.
KB968930 OnePiece Windows Management Framework Core - WinMFc (includes Powershell v2 and PowershellISE)
KB969632 OnePiece "The Background Intelligent Transfer Service service terminated with service-specific error 2147500037 (0x80004005)"
KB970048 OnePiece Slow printing performance when you print to an LPR printer from a Windows XP-based computer
KB970063 OnePiece When you save a RTF document that contains nested tables in WordPad 5.1 in Windows XP, you may notice that the file is blank when you reopen the RTF document
KB970159 OnePiece User-Mode Driver Framework version 1.9 update for Windows XP, for Windows Vista, and for Windows Server 2008
KB970326 OnePiece You cannot manage Windows Deployment Service (WDS) images from a Windows XP-based client computer that has a localized admin pack installed
KB970401 OnePiece BitLocker To Go Reader
KB970413 OnePiece The Win32_Process class returns incorrect CreationDate property during the first week after daylight saving time begins or ends
KB970685 OnePiece Error message when you try to access an SD card on a Windows XP-based computer that has a particular combination of SD host controller and SD card: "The disk in drive is not formatted"
KB971276 OnePiece You receive incorrect print output if the IPrintPipelineProgressReport interface is used in your printing application on a Windows XP SP3 or Windows Server 2003 SP2-based computer
KB971455 OnePiece A computer that is running Windows XP SP3 cannot authenticate a wireless router that uses the Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) when the router is configured to use Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)
KB974905 OnePiece Error code C00D11B1 when you play an MBR file or a live stream that contains more than 32 media streams in Windows Media Player on a computer that is running Windows XP or Windows Vista
KB981669 OnePiece The installation process of a MSI package that contains multiple packages stops responding (hangs) in Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows Server 2008
KB2436673 OnePiece Vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel could allow elevation of privilege
KB2467659 OnePiece An update is available for Internet Explorer: December 14, 2010
KB2598845 OnePiece A Compatibility View list update is available for Windows Internet Explorer 8: October 25, 2011
KB2632503 OnePiece FIX: Array elements in very large loops may be returned as undefined in JScript 5.8
KB2834904 OnePiece Description of the security update for Windows Media Format Runtime 9.5 and 11 (wmvdecod.dll) on Windows XP and Windows Server 2003: July 9, 2013
KB2909210 OnePiece Description of the security update for Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) 5.8: February 11, 2014
KB2935092 OnePiece Daylight saving time (DST) changes for Chile, Turkey, and Paraguay
KB2977218 OnePiece Microsoft Silverlight v5.1.30514.0
KB2982792 OnePiece Revoked Roots

The following (35) KBs are included in UserHidden's list, but not included in either of OnePiece's Mega Archive of (261) ENU files or his changelog list of hotfixes.
KB905474 UserHidden Windows Genuine Advantage Notifications (Suppressed MU Nag to Install)
KB927374 UserHidden Microsoft Compression Client Pack 1.0 for Windows XP
KB942213 UserHidden The MMC.exe program randomly becomes unresponsive when the user clicks OK or Cancel several times to close a Windows form
KB948046 UserHidden A Word document is not printed as expected after installing the Windows European Union Expansion Font pack
KB951126 UserHidden Multiprocessor computer stops responding on a black screen after resuming from hibernation
KB951608 UserHidden Update for Credential Security Support Provider (CredSSP) in Windows XP Service Pack 3
KB952069 UserHidden Security update for Windows Media Format Runtime and Media Foundation
KB953609 UserHidden "At least one of your changes was not applied successfully to the wireless configuration" error when adding a wireless network
KB955069 UserHidden Security update for XML Core Services 3.0
KB956072 UserHidden Terminal server does not allow RDP connections whose encryption level is set to Low
KB956391 UserHidden Cumulative security update for ActiveX (October, 2008)
KB958347 UserHidden Device that is connected through a 1394 FireWire hub is still present in system after hot unplugging it
KB958644 UserHidden Vulnerability in Server service could allow remote code execution
KB958690 UserHidden Vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB959439 UserHidden After uploading encrypted files to a WebDAV share, the files remain encrypted
KB960380 UserHidden A hyperlink control that is used to open a file or an e-mail message fails in an application that uses MSXML 6.0
KB967756 UserHidden Update for Windows Installer 4.5
KB968537 UserHidden Vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB973687 UserHidden When an application uses MSXML to process XHTML, redundant retrieval requests for well-known DTD files from the W3C Web server cause XHTML parsing to fail
KB975561 UserHidden Vulnerability in Windows Movie Maker Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB975791 UserHidden Update to Notepad.exe in Windows XP
KB976002 UserHidden Browser Choice update is available in the European Economic Area
KB2510581 UserHidden Vulnerability in JScript and VBScript v5.7 Scripting Engines Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB2524375 UserHidden Fraudulent Digital Certificates could allow spoofing
KB2607712 UserHidden Fraudulent Digital Certificates could allow spoofing
KB2642020 UserHidden Print jobs initiated in a Windows XP point and print environment may have missing characters
KB2646524 UserHidden Vulnerability in Windows Client/Server Run-time Subsystem Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB2653956 UserHidden Vulnerability in Windows Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB2758857 UserHidden Vulnerability in Windows File Handling Component Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB2793313 UserHidden Security guidance for NTLMv1 and LM network authentication
KB2797052 UserHidden Vulnerability in Vector Markup Language Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB2803821 UserHidden Vulnerability in Windows Media Format Runtime Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB2909212 UserHidden Vulnerability in VBScript Scripting Engine Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3050995 UserHidden Windows Revoked Roots Certificates Update (March 2015)
KB3062741 UserHidden Cumulative Time Zone Update

YIKES!!
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Post by skrell » Sat Aug 15, 2015 1:00 pm

molecule wrote: @Skrell, I'd like to follow along with what you're trying to do, if you're trying to rebuild OnePiece's AIO Update Pack. He lists the original KBs that he uses (feeds to DXUPAC to create an update pack) in his changelog, and he posts them in his archives. I'd like to rebuild it without Microsoft Malicious Removal Tool and without Flash. Might even leave out the .NET stuff as well, but leave in IE-8, WMP11, Silverlight etc. Then build Addons for MRT, Flash, .NETs, etc. Heck, might even treat IE-8 and WMP11 as addons as well..
Atari is correct in his response to this, "I was under the impression that Skrell created a self-made a "Final" Updatepack as well, and a separate "POS Addon", then integrated them both in one go using Ryan integrator. "

I followed his directions here: http://www.ryanvm.net/forum/viewtopic.p ... 100#139773

And built an AIO that integrates and installs perfectly fine. The problem is that when i attempt to add the POS addon i made following his other directions that my ntkrnlmp gets corrupted :(

PS: Why bother with "Then build Addons for MRT, Flash, .NETs, etc. Heck, might even treat IE-8 and WMP11 as addons as well. " ?? Having a single AIO addon seems more valuable to me?

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Post by molecule » Sat Aug 15, 2015 1:49 pm

skrell wrote: To be clear i'm not using the downloaded OnePiece Final XP pack i am instead using the one i made for myself with your help. ...

I did double check the steps and i think i did it right. Perhaps you could take a quick look at the 7z i shared in a thread above?
I had misread your quote above ... I looked at the 7z file and saw that it was Addon, but in the sentence above you were talking about your Update package, so I thought the 7z was Update. Apologies.

You are right about something being squirrley with your NTKRNLMP.EX_ in I386 being about 1kb in size. It changes in size when I do an integration, but it stays just over 1 meg is size. It might be worth finding out what is happening there?

(... I was thinking of separating system and IE patches from WMP, .NET, MSXML, etc patches. The application patches are relatively stable, and patches are relatively infrequent. (arghh). So parts of the system that don't change frequently could be recompiled as addons infrequently. IMHO, everything that is not MS should be addon, like Flash. System files plus IE would be update packs, since something new is always replacing something old. (You're right, IE patches change frequently so IE patches stay with system patches.) Moving infrequent stuff over to addon would save a little bit of time managing file lists and recompiling. But, it would be a huge project. Both OnePiece, Nonno Fabio and UserHidden are/were meticuluous about maintaining their patch lists. Yet their lists are so different. A lot of work would be required to resolve. Microsoft is a total hairball. XP is probably more stable than most newer ones. I'm a noob with file lists and unattended and system setups, but I'd probably just include the patches that are in both.)
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Post by Atari800xl » Sat Aug 15, 2015 3:31 pm

skrell, I would really like to keep you "on board" here, so we'll just have to try again to create a new XP 20150811 iso.
The only thing I can do is go though the steps "with you" one more time, we will just have to use the same tools along the way, so that means use the same files, dxupac and ryanvmi versions. No nLite or other tools, save that for **after** you have created a working iso.
I'll try to go through the steps again tomorrow...

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Post by Atari800xl » Sun Aug 16, 2015 2:24 am

skrell wrote:Ok guys time for some help. I'm following ALL of Atari's instructions for making the POS addon and then using RVMi to integrate it AND the OnePiece_WinXP_Post-SP3_UpdatePack_ENU that i made and i'm finding that my ntkrnlmp.ex_ located in my I386 folder is getting corrupted and ends up being only 1kb in size.
I'm re-tracing all the steps like I promised.
Are you sure it's 1kb in size? Here, it's exactly 1024kb (that's kilobytes, not bytes). Didn't the round "1024" confuse you?
Please report back asap, while I still have the files ready for testing...

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Post by Atari800xl » Sun Aug 16, 2015 2:44 am

And again, to confirm: You *are* using Ryan integrator, correct?

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Post by skrell » Mon Aug 17, 2015 10:06 pm

Atari800xl wrote:And again, to confirm: You *are* using Ryan integrator, correct?
Here is a copy of of the updatepack i've made and have been using:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/3k13oprwv44w7 ... NU.7z?dl=0

I'm ONLY using RVMi and i'm going to reintegrate everything again now and i'll post a pic of the file size of ntkrnlmp

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Post by skrell » Fri Aug 21, 2015 8:04 pm

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Started from scratch and make a new updatepack and once i add the addon pack with the POS updates this is what happens....someone please try using RVM with my shared addon/update and see what happens. :((((

https://www.dropbox.com/s/3k13oprwv44w7 ... NU.7z?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/4iem38pif4wln ... NU.7z?dl=0

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Post by molecule » Fri Aug 21, 2015 9:57 pm

hi skrell,

I'm just starting the same process, but the first time for me. I'll give your packages a try. But it will take me a day or two. (I don't have virtual machine.)

Just curious, did you see theDXUPAC youtubes by OnePiece? There are three.

One is from a wincert page he had on DXUPAC. He scans his screens way too fast for me. Frame by frame, I believe he's just showing us which files are in each folder.

On root in D: drive, he creates a working folder UpdatePack_Turkish. Within that folder he adds subfolder to hold the KBs for the language group, Turkish. He puts DXUPAC.exe outside Turkish KB subfolder, in D:\UpdatePack_Turkish (or as he says, anywhere but inside the Turkish subfolder). He then populates the Turkish language subfolder with files from two folders on his Dropbox page.

From his main DropBox folder (UpdatePack Addon List) he navigates to \UpdatePack, then within that to \Turkish, and copies all the files (several hundred mostly KB patches - 262 files for English) to the D:\UpdatePack_Turkish\Turkish subfolder. He then returns to DropBox and navigates to his UpdatePack\INTL folder. This folder apparently contains the core files that are needed by DXUPAC. I had initially overlooked them. He copies all those files (28 files) into the same \Turkish folder, with the KBs.

He then feeds that folder to DXUPAC, sets the language, and runs it. (Watch the core temps in your processor rise 10-deg C, especialy during compression). He erased 17sec of the youtube at 14m25s, but I believe he did that to prevent confusion, since he was correcting something he saw was wrong. In the youtube, he finds a file from the INTL folder (WUDF_UPDATE_XP-SRV03-X86.exe) in the Archive folder that DXUPAC creates, when it is apparently supposed to be in the OnePiece...UpdatePack folder, where its contents can then be munged into the final 7z UpdatePack file.

He renames the 250meg UpdatePack file, keeping UpdatePack in the name, stores it for integration, and deletes everything else.

I'm doing this because I want a base AIO that doesn't include the MRT and Adobe Flash. I might leave Silverlight out as well, since it's a program. If that works, then I will try to feed the POSReady files, as well as the .NET 1.1sp1 update files to DXUPAC and see what happens.

If Atari is still listening, and if he has the time to spare, then I'll follow his lead as well. Otherwise, I'll try to help as best as I can, but I'm not as knowledgable as he is.
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Post by Atari800xl » Sat Aug 22, 2015 1:03 am

skrell, I have downloaded your files and will take a look.
Which version of RyanVMi are you using, where did you get it? Maybe I should try using the same version you're using first, to rule out any differences there.
And, once again: you are adding the UpdatePack and the Addon in the same run, correct?

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Post by Atari800xl » Sat Aug 22, 2015 1:14 am

Which OS are you using when you run RuanVMi? I believe that makes a big difference as well.

I have compared your Updatepack and Addon to my versions now (Filesync, TextDiff), but I can't see any major differences/ errors). Let's focus on OS and Ryan version for now...
http://www.angusj.com/delphi/textdiff.html

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Post by molecule » Sat Aug 22, 2015 7:56 am

In my hologram source, I386\NTKRNLMP.EX_ is 1045,369 bytes, dated 04/14/2008. (filename is all caps, and 8.3 filename = LFN filename)

When I DXUPAC a new UpdatePack using the 261 files (KBs and other) from OnePieces' DropBox folder UpdatePack\English, and the 27 core files from his INTL folder, and when I integrate that new UpdatePack wtih a XPsp3 Retail OEM hologram CD as source, using RyanVMI 1.6.1beta2.1 on an XPsp3 system, the above file NTKRNLMP.EX_ (call it file A) remains named in uppercase letters, but it changes size and date, to 1047,387 bytes and 07/03/2013. Using nLite 1.4.9.3 for unattended setup and iso, the system installs to a working desktop without a hitch.

Using the same resources as above, when I integrate using only your update pack (256.511.292 bytes, MD5= 315775ca705064fc8c06cc87ac8d317b) and not the AddOn, the above file name changes from upper to lower case (which shouldn't be a problem, but since parts of setup may be using 8.3 dos, and depending on how and when the upper case name was changed to lower case -- an old problem, 8.3 does not necessarily always follow LFN, and sometimes batch cmds can revert to 8.3) the ntkrnlmp.ex_ (now in lowercase) matches size and date of the OnePiece base run as above, i.e. 1,047,387 bytes with date of 07/03/2013. Call it file B. The two files A and B are byte for byte identical (Ghisler's total commander), and have the same MD5 (d135f9995bef486cd1dffb8671dc7dde)

When I integrate a 3rd time as above, but add both your UpdatePack as above, and your Addon OnePiece_WinXP_Post-SP3_Addon_ENU.7z (27,605,270 bytes, MD5=e04c5e812fc267241c1944b24ce22ecb), the file in question becomes corrupted. Its size is reduced to 73 bytes, and its date is changed to 02/06/2015. It's possible something in your addon pack is whacking this file. People may laugh at me over the old 8.3 v LFN name change problems, but it's not impossible that some batch command is expecting an 8.3 dos name to always match an 8-char LFN. In otherwords, something adds an LFN with similar name, an 8.3 lookalike is created (using ~), so a new 8.3 is assigned, and then when DXUPAC is run a second time, it looks for the old 8.3, adds 73 bytes to it (copy +) but there was nothing there so, you end up with 73 bytes, because of old LFN/8.3 problem. It's a crazy hypothesis, but until we find out, ... who knows ... I'd try taking this over to MSFN

DXUPAC is just a gui wrapper on a batch cmd file. For my DXUPAC, v1.2.3.2, file size is 4,993,024 and MD5= 5725d20ce3929b5e0156500ed8e65868
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Post by molecule » Sat Aug 22, 2015 8:14 am

edit == tomaz has does a LOT of good work with HFSLIP (which basically = DXUPAC + RVMI), which I used to use with 2000. If it's a tiny grammatical catch in some batch cmd buried deep within DXUPAC, he might be able to help. I don't get the name change to lower case.
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Post by skrell » Sat Aug 22, 2015 12:41 pm

Atari800xl wrote:skrell, I have downloaded your files and will take a look.
Which version of RyanVMi are you using, where did you get it? Maybe I should try using the same version you're using first, to rule out any differences there.
And, once again: you are adding the UpdatePack and the Addon in the same run, correct?
I'm using RVM 1.6.1b2.1
I think i got it from a link you posted?
Yes i'm integrating both at the same time.

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Post by skrell » Sat Aug 22, 2015 12:45 pm

molecule wrote:In my hologram source, I386\NTKRNLMP.EX_ is 1045,369 bytes, dated 04/14/2008....
Thank you for confirming i'm not crazy! :)
So i guess i should report this issue to Ryan on msfn directly? Do you have a link as to where I should go ?

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Post by molecule » Sat Aug 22, 2015 7:40 pm

You may have got yourself tangled up with a pretty gnarly one, and if possiible it would be worth finding out just what it going on.

Your UpdatePack integrates just fine. It changes the NTKRNLMP.EX_ dos 8.3 filename to LFN filename, using lower case. But I just noticed, so does the OnePiece AIO v1.06. (When I dxupac using only files from OnePiece's dropbox, it doesn't get changed from dos 8.3 to LFN. ... weird ... seems inconsistent ... a potential bug). But that may not be the critical element, since when I run a second RVMI session to integrate the POSReady Addon my system doesn't hang.

The dos 8.3 file NTKRNLME.EX_ gets loaded during dos (blue screen) phase of Setup. It's one of the frist files loaded, before drive selection and formating, before copying files for the 1st reboot. If it can't be loaded, Setup stops immediately, and produces error code 4. (I have no clue.)

It's probably a good bet that one of the POSReady update patches may be the culprit. There may be other causes as well. There's a very active and knowledgable group at MSFN working on POSReady for XP, and since that's also exactly what you're tryting to do, be assured, if there's a problem patch out there, they'd like to hear about it. They're going to need the list of POSReady files that you used (and any other files) that DXUPAC used to produce the troublesome AddonPack.

Short summary, integratng a UpdatePack (made by you) before POSReady Addon produces a working desktop. Integrating the Addon pack (POSReady updates) somehow munges a critical file needed for dos mode setup.

MSFN forum -- using POSReady patches for XP

Keep digging. It's an interesting snag. Good will come of it.
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Post by Atari800xl » Sun Aug 23, 2015 12:53 am

Strange... no problems here.

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Post by molecule » Sun Aug 23, 2015 2:57 pm

Atari, help me out here if you can ...

I may have misled skrell -- I'm looking over notes and I'm wondering now if ... when we use DXUPAC with POSReady, we edit the entries.ini file, and we remove all lines but the top few in [general] section. (And we rename file, title and description etc.)

So, dim light bulb that I am, it occurs to me that we are not building a "real Addon" (can't use the word true addon because that's already taken.) The difference would be that in a real addon, and a true addon, it can be run in a separate RVMI process, because it has the full entries.ini file.

When we delete all the lines in entries_EOL.ini below [general] we are creating a "crippled Addon," and a "crippled Addon" is not a traditional "real addon." A crippled Addon cannot be integrated in its own separate process, as can be done with real addons and true addons. The crippled addon MUST be integrated together with an UpdatePack, because the crippled addon doesn't have the needed information needed in entries_EOL.ini -- those lines would be found in the Update Pack entries.ini.

If that's the case then I have misled Skrell!! Whoa! My BAD!!

ARGHH!

edit== maybe it shoudl be called an "orphan addon" or a "child addon" because it can only be integrated when run with an UpdatePack as "parent." (crippled addon is inaccurate, creates teh wrong impression)
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Post by skrell » Mon Aug 24, 2015 8:13 pm

molecule wrote:Atari, help me out here if you can ...

I may have misled skrell.....

edit== maybe it shoudl be called an "orphan addon" or a "child addon" because it can only be integrated when run with an UpdatePack as "parent." (crippled addon is inaccurate, creates teh wrong impression)
AHHHHH!! Why have you betrayed meeeee! jk jk
How do i integrate it with Updatepack as a parent only? Is this a different procedure i should be trying?

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Post by molecule » Tue Aug 25, 2015 10:40 am

yea, I don't know who's going crazy here!

first a VERY important question -- when I used to click on OnePieces' archive cloud at MEGA.CO.NZ, I get a blank screen, with no information ... no nothing. Is that the same for everyone else? I've also seen where it's been down in Italy. MEGA is the only cloud that allows privacy (encryption protection from Pentagon-BEIC creeps).

OnePiece MEGA cloud
as given in this post by OnePiece at Wincert.

For me it's down!! That's scary, because ... why? It might mean MS (junior league Pentagon BEIC creeps) are scurrying around taking down OnePiece and XP revival stuff. Maybe they even paid some people ...

His dropbox cloud is still up so, maybe I'd suggest making a local copy

...

now back to the crazies ... we somehow get working systems ... I tried both separate integrations RVMI + Update, then RVMI + orphan-ini Addon (by edits of DXUPAC ini file as above).

In both packs, Update and Addon, the file ntkrnlmp.exe is changed from the same file in I386 in the MS hologram CD. NTKRNLMP.EX_ is a cabarc of the above. In the MS-CD, it is 2,145,280 bytes. After DXUPAC (which builds Update or orphan-ini Addon), the file grows to 2,149,889 (incr = 4,609 bytes. After DXUPAC ntkernelmp.exe includes two new functions -- PsDereferenceKernelStack, and RereferenceKernelStack. Both versions make calls to 3 root dlls, bootvid.dll, hal.dll and kdcom.dll. It's one of the first files loaded that builds a system.

Without OnePiece to explain what they are and how they were added, or without source code, we are in the dark.

---

The whole thing of single integration run, or separate seems moot. It works both ways. OnePiece quotes Nonno Fabio in this post as follows
save as OnePiece_WinXP_Post-SP3_EOL_AddOn\entries_EOL.ini, archive OnePiece_WinXP_Post-SP3_EOL_AddOn with CabTool or 7-Zip and integrate the AddOn after UpdatePack using nLite\RVMi
(just above the last youtube given.

So, Nonno Fabio was saying, integrate separately ... but there are examples of both ways ...

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I DXUPAC'd the following files, integrated in one RVMI run both Update Pack and orphan-ini Addon and it built a nice working system. as my test, the 29 .NET patches ran in by batch with no problem. In both UpdatePack and orphan-ini Addon, ntkrnlmp.exe is modified by DXUPAC as above.

POSReady files included in Addon

KB2926765 MS14-027 05/13/14 Vulnerability in Windows Shell Handler Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB2957509 MS14-036 06/10/14 Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Graphics Component Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB2961072 MS14-040 07/07/14 Vulnerability in Ancillary Function Driver (AFD) Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB2989935 MS14-070 11/11/14 Vulnerability in TCP/IP Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB2991963 MS14-078 11/11/14 Vulnerability in IME (Japanese) Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB2993254 MS14-062 10/14/14 Vulnerability in Message Queuing Service Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB2998579 MS14-063 10/14/14 Vulnerability in FAT32 Disk Partition Driver Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3004361 MS15-014 02/09/15 Vulnerability in Group Policy Could Allow Security Feature Bypass
KB3011780 MS14-068 11/18/14 Vulnerability in Kerberos Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3019215 MS15-008 01/12/15 Vulnerability in Windows Kernel-Mode Driver Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3020338 n/a 02/07/15 Application does not work correctly after you apply update 3006226 in Windows
KB3020393 MS15-002 01/13/15 Vulnerability in Windows Telnet Service Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3021674 MS15-003 01/13/15 Vulnerability in Windows User Profile Service Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3023562 MS15-010 02/09/15 Vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel-Mode Driver Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3033395 MS15-025 03/10/15 Vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3033889 MS15-020 03/10/15 Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3033890 MS15-057 06/17/15 Vulnerability in Windows Media Player Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3039066 MS15-020 03/10/15 Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3049874 n/a 03/27/15 Daylight saving time changes for Mexico, Mongolia and Iran
KB3055973 n/a 07/23/15 Adds support for TLS 128-bit & 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) cipher suites
KB3067903 MS15-069 07/14/15 Vulnerabilities in Windows Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3069392 MS15-072 07/14/15 Vulnerability in Windows Graphics Component Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3072630 MS15-074 07/14/15 Vulnerability in Windows Installer Service Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3072633 MS15-075 07/14/15 Vulnerabilities in OLE Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3073921 MS15-083 08/10/15 Vulnerability in Server Message Block Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3076895 MS15-084 08/11/15 Vulnerabilities in XML Core Services Could Allow Information Disclosure
KB3078071 MS15-079 08/10/15 Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer
KB3078601 MS15-080 08/11/15 Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Graphics Component Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3087985 MS15-093 08/18/15 Security Update for Internet Explorer

It's Atari's list above, plus a new one at the bottom just added by MS

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Post by skrell » Fri Aug 28, 2015 8:22 pm

molecule wrote: The whole thing of single integration run, or separate seems moot. It works both ways. OnePiece quotes Nonno Fabio in this post as follows
save as OnePiece_WinXP_Post-SP3_EOL_AddOn\entries_EOL.ini, archive OnePiece_WinXP_Post-SP3_EOL_AddOn with CabTool or 7-Zip and integrate the AddOn after UpdatePack using nLite\RVMi
(just above the last youtube given.

So, Nonno Fabio was saying, integrate separately ... but there are examples of both ways ...

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I DXUPAC'd the following files, integrated in one RVMI run both Update Pack and orphan-ini Addon and it built a nice working system. as my test, the 29 .NET patches ran in by batch with no problem. In both UpdatePack and orphan-ini Addon, ntkrnlmp.exe is modified by DXUPAC as above.

POSReady files included in Addon

KB2926765 MS14-027 05/13/14 Vulnerability in Windows Shell Handler Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB2957509 MS14-036 06/10/14 Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Graphics Component Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB2961072 MS14-040 07/07/14 Vulnerability in Ancillary Function Driver (AFD) Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB2989935 MS14-070 11/11/14 Vulnerability in TCP/IP Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB2991963 MS14-078 11/11/14 Vulnerability in IME (Japanese) Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB2993254 MS14-062 10/14/14 Vulnerability in Message Queuing Service Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB2998579 MS14-063 10/14/14 Vulnerability in FAT32 Disk Partition Driver Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3004361 MS15-014 02/09/15 Vulnerability in Group Policy Could Allow Security Feature Bypass
KB3011780 MS14-068 11/18/14 Vulnerability in Kerberos Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3019215 MS15-008 01/12/15 Vulnerability in Windows Kernel-Mode Driver Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3020338 n/a 02/07/15 Application does not work correctly after you apply update 3006226 in Windows
KB3020393 MS15-002 01/13/15 Vulnerability in Windows Telnet Service Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3021674 MS15-003 01/13/15 Vulnerability in Windows User Profile Service Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3023562 MS15-010 02/09/15 Vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel-Mode Driver Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3033395 MS15-025 03/10/15 Vulnerabilities in Windows Kernel Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3033889 MS15-020 03/10/15 Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3033890 MS15-057 06/17/15 Vulnerability in Windows Media Player Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3039066 MS15-020 03/10/15 Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3049874 n/a 03/27/15 Daylight saving time changes for Mexico, Mongolia and Iran
KB3055973 n/a 07/23/15 Adds support for TLS 128-bit & 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) cipher suites
KB3067903 MS15-069 07/14/15 Vulnerabilities in Windows Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3069392 MS15-072 07/14/15 Vulnerability in Windows Graphics Component Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3072630 MS15-074 07/14/15 Vulnerability in Windows Installer Service Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3072633 MS15-075 07/14/15 Vulnerabilities in OLE Could Allow Elevation of Privilege
KB3073921 MS15-083 08/10/15 Vulnerability in Server Message Block Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3076895 MS15-084 08/11/15 Vulnerabilities in XML Core Services Could Allow Information Disclosure
KB3078071 MS15-079 08/10/15 Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer
KB3078601 MS15-080 08/11/15 Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Graphics Component Could Allow Remote Code Execution
KB3087985 MS15-093 08/18/15 Security Update for Internet Explorer

It's Atari's list above, plus a new one at the bottom just added by MS

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at some pont let us know if you eventually got a system up and running
1. Onepiece's Mega drive works fine for me.
2. After reading through the whole explanation i'm still not sure HOW you got a working system? Are you suggesting i integrate separately? Did you try using my post SP3 update along with your new orphan ini-addon? Did you make you orphan ini addon a different way than Atari suggestions?

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Post by Atari800xl » Tue Sep 08, 2015 1:48 pm

This is what I've found for XP embedded updates september:
kb3087038 (ie8), replaces kb3078071?
(maybe also replaces the 2015/08/23 kb3087985?)
kb3087039 (atmfd.dll, win32k.sys)
kb3087715 (tzchange), replaces kb3049874?

I'll wait for confirmation by 5eraph...

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Post by 5eraph » Wed Sep 09, 2015 9:44 am

Correct, Atari800xl:

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Post by Atari800xl » Wed Sep 09, 2015 11:49 am

Thanks 5eraph, I just might get the hang of it one of these days :-)

Now that I have your official "blessing", it's off to a new POS Addon tonight!
Your help is much appreciated, as usual.

[Edit: Done! New addon, new iso, new install, postinstall with all aps and settings, xp is alive!]

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Post by skrell » Fri Sep 11, 2015 9:09 pm

Atari800xl wrote:Thanks 5eraph, I just might get the hang of it one of these days :-)

Now that I have your official "blessing", it's off to a new POS Addon tonight!
Your help is much appreciated, as usual.

[Edit: Done! New addon, new iso, new install, postinstall with all aps and settings, xp is alive!]
Can you post your entire list of POS updates you're currently using?

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Post by Atari800xl » Sun Sep 13, 2015 2:41 am

skrell wrote:Can you post your entire list of POS updates you're currently using?
kb2926765 kb2957509 kb2961072 kb2989935 kb2991963 kb2993254
kb2998579 kb3004361 kb3011780 kb3019215 kb3020338 kb3020393
kb3021674 kb3023562 kb3033395 kb3033889 kb3033890 kb3039066
kb3055973 kb3067903 kb3069392 kb3072630 kb3072633 kb3073921
kb3076895 kb3077715 kb3078601 kb3087038 kb3087039

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Post by skrell » Sun Sep 13, 2015 4:44 pm

In case it offers any clue(s), i've noticed that when i attempt to integrate the addon and it corrupts my ntkrnlmp.ex_ that i ALSO find 2 new files i've never seen before in the same i386 directory both of size 0KB and they are named:
ntkrpamp.exe
ntkrnlpa.exe

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Post by skrell » Mon Sep 14, 2015 9:31 pm

[quote="molecule"][/quote]
These are the KBs i used for the addon i linked to above from my dropbox account:

KB2926765
KB2939576
KB2957509
KB2961072
KB2989935
KB2991963
KB2993254
KB2998579
KB3004361
KB3011780
KB3019215
KB3020338
KB3020393-v2
KB3021674
KB3023562
KB3033395
KB3033889
kb3033890
KB3039066
KB3046482
KB3049874
KB3055973-v3
KB3065822
KB3065979
KB3067903
KB3069392
KB3070102
KB3072630
KB3072633
KB3074886
KB3079904
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About the POS Addon

Post by Stormit » Tue Sep 15, 2015 11:43 am

Does anyone have a working Pos Upadate pack to work with OnePeices last Main Pack, that I can use and look at as an example for my own. Thank You in Advance. :wink:

Please can I have a link or a PM. Thanks Again! :)

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Post by molecule » Wed Sep 16, 2015 1:19 pm

@skrell -- I dxupac'd your list, modded the folder name and entries.ini file, created a 7z addon, rvmi integrated with AIOv106 UpdatePack and I386 sp3 from a clean oem source, running in an XPsp3 AIO system, and I get a normal ntkrnlmp.ex_ (1,047,397 b), and no spurrious ntkrpamp.exe or ntkrnlpa.exe.

For future efforts, why not use Atari's update list above ... no sense wasting time on out of date builds

remove -- KB2939576, KB3046482, KB3049874, KB3065822, KB3065979, KB3070102, KB3074886, KB3079904
add -- kb3077715, kb3078601, kb3087038, kb3087039

If you want to check them, here are the MD5s for the POS Ready source files in your out of date list. If they check out, and if MD5s for your DXUPAC and RVMI and AIOv106 UpdatePack check out, then your problem is somewhere else. Maybe you have a problem with your system and/or with your source -- in any case, your problem is now way beyond my capabilities ... NB! your source has to be CLEAN, i.e. hologram I386 + four hologram files (SETUP.EXE + three win51*.*), all directly from a MS hologram CD for XP sp3 - no prior nLite, no prior addons or integrations -- MS hologram source only. (I don't know if a "Dell" CD or other CD will work ... MS hologram CD works)

5725d20ce3929b5e0156500ed8e65868 *DXUPAC_v1232_2015-0415.exe
028f804561cb680af0dc099df87e2cc7 *RVM_Integrator_1.6.1b2.1.exe
66f408bf1f5a50c40f3e1f23b1d94988 *OnePiece_Windows_XP_Post-SP3_UpdatePack_v1.0.6_FINAL_ENU.7z

POS Ready source files (out of date list)
18bb3dfd4cc4f06a88a936859abc47b5 *IE8-WindowsXP-KB3065822-x86-embedded-enu_cummulative.exe
aea9885c0a91669b507900e576c8b2c4 *IE8-WindowsXP-KB3074886-x86-embedded-enu.exe
13ef53de02c0fa955d1fee14b8dcf296 *WindowsMedia11-KB3033890-x86-enu.exe
7126291bcdf2d4952169a3a97adf2dcf *WindowsMedia11-KB3067903-x86-enu.exe
364e9a4b836d157a6f56759cc2c05e71 *WindowsXP-KB2926765-x86-embedded-enu.exe
9b4d1024c81743d1554fff4097c8dd21 *WindowsXP-KB2939576-x86-embedded-enu.exe
fbac4a1818057e8ef05a0d282ab49fca *WindowsXP-KB2957509-x86-embedded-enu.exe
9fe1511254c51b2fe3b1adc51a6faad0 *WindowsXP-KB2961072-x86-embedded-enu.exe
7dac890bcbe0bbea778bd2fb94ebc636 *WindowsXP-KB2989935-x86-embedded-enu.exe
c41a38416d66922b6d6919cd5087a38c *WindowsXP-KB2991963-x86-embedded-enu.exe
91c71a4624a34af65d2366decc2773d2 *WindowsXP-KB2993254-x86-embedded-enu.exe
739cd6262e1309a44db85b1e602cbd93 *WindowsXP-KB2998579-x86-embedded-enu.exe
ce3f7112dfa26990fcbc6fb703b0248b *WindowsXP-KB3004361-x86-embedded-enu.exe
8b3c0fbe678882d32692c04acc83d202 *WindowsXP-KB3011780-x86-embedded-enu.exe
c3b83e77e5f59833c265828d32bd3f2b *WindowsXP-KB3019215-x86-embedded-enu.exe
dbdeaac92fe1a4df2e2a1a744831bfff *WindowsXP-KB3020338-x86-embedded-enu.exe
d1ca0dc0e08aeeaa7119e10c5ced40d7 *WindowsXP-KB3020393-v2-x86-embedded-enu.exe
61d000560a336da7c0a3b9199bd0805b *WindowsXP-KB3021674-x86-embedded-enu.exe
727ba492a7d261e9b5d2dab9c191726c *WindowsXP-KB3023562-x86-embedded-enu.exe
e916aea2408e680ef03c208e3c6ba4bb *WindowsXP-KB3033395-x86-embedded-enu.exe
b14d18705cf428d5d9e49319729ad3e4 *WindowsXP-KB3033889-x86-embedded-enu.exe
bf2f744eadac94c541e0f264e5b4e82a *WindowsXP-KB3039066-x86-embedded-enu.exe
cdcf3942b936f9bb9943d2f9ee56745b *WindowsXP-KB3046482-x86-embedded-enu.exe
17672ea062e3bf4245dd24a04e90564d *WindowsXP-KB3049874-x86-embedded-enu.exe
89bc82ebb2df079347dc84aa7bc6833d *WindowsXP-KB3055973-v3-x86-embedded-enu.exe
d58ba1e23daa7802e70526dea8acad3c *WindowsXP-KB3065979-x86-embedded-enu.exe
2b8c6184db67a4b13420474ae11a351b *WindowsXP-KB3069392-x86-embedded-enu.exe
8aabc49e0a3783563d94bcc6864c627f *WindowsXP-KB3070102-x86-embedded-enu.exe
778169b7c0a9e2e0b9e46849dcac9ed6 *WindowsXP-KB3072630-x86-embedded-enu.exe
54f2d0eda1a27ddbf1ab19bc1abb56c5 *WindowsXP-KB3072633-x86-embedded-enu.exe
a7d487e9035b1ec30151d2c799d69267 *WindowsXP-KB3079904-x86-embedded-enu.exe
all the platonic solids are created by sexigesimal modulation of rotational action ... the tetrahedron for example is modulo 3

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